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Tighter

Slang; in bond trading, a decline in yield spread, indicating lower risk.
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A naturally tighter control of the system could be related to the higher incidence of Raynaud's disease in women, Cooke suggests.
Analysts have called for tighter controls on North Korea and have suggested that domestic banks in the nation have to be targeted.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 20, 2019--Analysts call for tighter on North Korea sanctions
According to Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, Deputy Director, IMF Research Department, with tighter global financial conditions and higher oil prices bringing rising inflationary pressures, the monetary policy has tightened.
Summary: Rating agency cites higher oil prices and tighter financial conditions
Zeppelin becoming tighter, of guitar hero Jimmy Page, who has made it his mission to complete the band's canon, didn't hesitate.
I have tried to keep up the minimum payments and, as yet, I'm not in arrears with anything - but things are just getting tighter and tighter.
Hog hunters will appreciate producing tighter patterns and placing more pellets on target.
The 3 year Reg S offering garnered an order book of US $2.9 billion from 144 accounts, allowing the issuer to price the deal at 20bp tighter from its initial price guidance.
BP has secured a victory in its battle to limit compensation payouts for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill after a US court ordered tighter rules on dubious claims.
Machined to tighter tolerances than other inserts in the industry, A-Serts feature a patented rotational feature that aids in broad head tuning.
RAIL passengers can expect tighter security on the region's trains during the Olympics, the most senior British Transport Police (BTP) officer in Wales has said.